Gary Mackay-Steven has taken to social media to thank Aberdeen medics, Hampden first responders and hospital staff for treating him after he was knocked out in the Betfred Cup final.
Mackay-Steven was left with concussion during the Dons’ 1-0 loss after colliding with Celtic’s Dedryck Boyata.
GMS wrote on his Instagram page: “So Sunday never turned out the way I hoped but I feel very fortunate writing this.
“Firstly, a massive thank you to the Aberdeen FC medical team, Adam, Tony, Stuart and Gary, who assisted me on the pitch rapidly and expertly.
“Thank you to the first responders at Hampden Park and every single paramedic, doctor and nurse that seen me at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
“Lastly, I would like to thank every single person that has taken the time to send lovely messages and well wishes.
“I appreciate them all.
“I’m continuing to improve every day but hopefully it won’t be long until I can be back out on the pitch.”
Boss Derek McInnes told the media today Mackay-Steven has a chance of returning to action on Tuesday away to Livingston in the Premiership.